Mumbai Legendary superstar Amitabh Bachchan, who has spent more than forty years in Bollywood, feels fame is transitory. The 69-year-old admits its a bit discomforting when fame fades away, but suggests one should be gracious in accepting the fact that its gone. On his blog bigb.bigadda.com, he wrote: "As we drive to the eatery, I sit in the front seat - the ladies being at the back and I notice that there are still some passerbys on the street that fling a recognition with smile. Recognition and compassionately so, does wonders for morale. But there have been many occasions when interest has faded from the celebrity. Has happened to me on many occasions. It is a bit discomforting, but it must be known that this glory and recognition shall all fade away one day. Some take it kindly, some do not. It is hard and harsh both to see adulation favour away from you and settle on another. Better then to not be too enamoured by it when it serves you. Life is transitory as is fame... Be gracious in accepting that it has gone away, elsewhere.